The US armed forces' denial has led some to point the finger at Israel as the attacker.
Surprisingly, the Iraqi Shia paramilitary group Kataeb Hezbollah issued a statement criticizing the attack because "bombing the embassy of evil at this time is considered a breach of the order."
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) established training centers for children starting from age 12, with the objective of deploying them on the battlefield.
Deir ez-Zor is a major link between Iran and Lebanon, with pipelines and trade routes passing through the province.
In the end, the authors say, the US must make up it mind whether it wants to stay in the Middle East and block hostile players such as Iran from tipping the balance against Western interests.
The Kataib Hezbollah group on Thursday boasted that their attack had been “a precision jihadi operation.”
Missile barrage on military base north of Baghdad wounds 12, Iranian proxy group believed to be responsible.
There was no immediate information on casualties.
Symptoms of TBI and symptoms of concussion sometimes appear several days after an attack or physical trauma.
It's believed there were injured from the attack.
"As previously stated, while no US service members were killed . . . several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast."
Samad had condemned Iraqi forces for ... cracking down on anti-regime protesters, while allowing others to attack the US Embassy.
“Three Iraqi soldiers who were on guard at the airbase gate were injured as a result of the shelling.”
Intelligence from Israel helped confirm the details of Solemani's location.
The target was reportedly a quantity of recently-transferred rockets and ballistic missiles, as well as engineering equipment.
Despite Iran's claims it seeks no further escalation, the rocket fire in the Green Zone by its proxy militia makes it clear the conflict is far from over.
The order applies only to US operators; however, a number of international airlines have also rerouted their flights around the region as well.
The attack is seen as the "official launch" of the start of Iran's “Operation Soleimani.”
US Army General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: The letter was a draft document sent for feedback, unsigned. "Not what's happening."
"The Iraqi government must work to end the presence of any foreign troops on Iraqi soil and prohibit them from using its land, airspace or water for any reason."
Already on Saturday, rockets and mortar shells were being launched against US targets in Baghdad and Mosul, although no one was physically injured in any of the attacks.
There were also unconfirmed reports that Iranian-backed militia groups were evacuating bases as far north in Syria as Aleppo.
Iran vowed on Friday to avenge the death of IRGC Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani, assassinated last Thursday in a US air strike.
On Friday, after news broke about Soleimani's killing, thousands in Iraq and other places went out to celebrate in the streets, and candy was given out.
"To the Iranian government: Be careful what you wish for — a country that depends on the ability to refine oil for its existence needs to be cautious."
"It won't be a war fought for just a day or two. I can't promise short wars... National resilience will be called upon."
"We are making a great effort, visible and covert, to prevent our enemies from arming themselves with accurate weapons, even at the cost of a confrontation."
According to Israeli firm ImageSat International, the tunnel could serve as secure storage for advanced weapons or other sensitive material.
Hundreds of people have been killed during the protests, many by Iran-backed Sh'ite militias operating in the country.
ISIS is still believed to be operational in 18 countries across the world, including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Mali, Egypt, Somalia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, and the Philippines.